丛林湾 The Casuarina Cove

丛林湾 The Casuarina Cove

 

丛林湾

The Casuarina Cove

片长(Length):19mins

完成时间(Year):2009年

编剧(Screenplay):阿曼达 苔伊Amanda Tay

导演(Director):巫俊峰Boo Junfeng

主演(Actor):Nick Shen Weijun, Scott Lei,Yeo Yann Yann, Pierre Goh

摄影(Cinematography):凯文 克Kelvin Ke

制作机构(Production Company):Lasalle艺术学校Lasalle College of the Art

,Puttnum电影学院 The Puttnum School of Fim

故事梗概:

一名退伍军官拍摄一部纪录片,讲述多年前他在Tanjong Rhu私下遇到的一名男子。通过这部纪录片,他找寻着自己的归宿。

Tanjong Rhu丛林湾位于新加坡东海岸,是一片与世隔绝的海滩,也是男同性恋者的天堂。1993年,在一次军方的诱捕练习中,12名男子在那里被捕入狱并受到鞭刑。这部短片讲述的就是其中一人自那时起的经历。

 

Synopsis:

A former military officer seeks closure by making a documentary film about a man whom he had furtively encountered in Tanjong Rhu many years ago.
Tanjong Rhu is a secluded beach on the east coast of Singapore, and a popular cruising ground for gay men. In an entrapment exercise in 1993, 12 men were arrested there and sentenced to imprisonment and caning. This is a fictionalised account of what has happened since then to one of these men.

 

 

导演简历:

巫俊峰于1983年12月4日在新加坡出生。16岁时,他考入新加坡南洋理工学院电影系。期间,通过一个交换项目,前往西班牙巴塞罗那的加泰罗尼亚高等电影学院Escola Superior de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya (ESCAC)继续深造,在那里创作并导演了自己的第一部短片《全家福》 (2004)。这部短片为他赢得2005年新加坡国际电影节的最佳影片和突出贡献两项大奖。

2005年底,在韩国釜山国际电影节上,巫俊峰加入亚洲电影研究会。该机构是由台湾著名导演侯孝贤领引创建的。

经过两年的兵役生涯,巫俊峰导演了《加东赋格曲》(2007年)和《散》(2008年)两部短片。前一部影片改编自一部戏剧,为他赢得2007年新加坡国际电影节的评委会特别奖;而后一部根据自身经历所创作的半自传影片,描述了一个男孩应征入伍的经历。这部电影在2008年新加坡电影节上荣获最佳影片,最佳导演和最佳摄影等三项大奖。在此期间,他还在影片《七影篇》中担任其中一段影片的导演,这部实验性影片旨在增进新加坡电影人的彼此间的合作。

07和08年间,他继续在Lasalle艺术学院的puttnam电影学校进修,并凭借优异的成绩,在毕业时获得该学院的最高殊荣,mcnally艺术成就奖。他的毕业影片《丛林湾》(2009)在第59届柏林电影节上登场亮相。

目前巫俊峰正在同昭玮电影公司合作,进行他第一部全长度电影的拍摄。该公司由新加坡著名导演Eric Khoo领军。这部取名为《沙堡》的电影,已经于2008年入选釜山宣传计划,将在2009年中旬进入其提名名单。

 

Bio-filmography of Director:

Boo Junfeng was born on 4th December 1983 in Singapore. He first attended film school at the age of 16 at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore. During his course of study, he went on an exchange programme at the Escola Superior de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya (ESCAC) in Barcelona, Spain, where he wrote and directed his first short film UN RETRATO DE FAMILIA (2004). The short won the Best Film and Special Achievement awards at the Singapore International Film Festival (SIFF) in 2005.

In late 2005, he attended the Asian Film Academy at the Pusan International Film Festival in Korea. This inaugural session of the programme was headed by esteemed Taiwanese director, Hou Hsiao Hsien.

After two years of mandatory military service, he made the short films KATONG FUGUE (2007) and KELUAR BARIS (2008). The former, a film adaptation of a play, won the Special Jury Prize at the SIFF in 2007; and the latter, a semi-autobiographical take on a boy’s experience of being conscripted, took home the Best Film, Best Director and Best Cinematography awards at the SIFF in 2008.During this period, he also directed a segment in LUCKY 7 (2008), an experimental feature film aimed at promoting collaboration among filmmakers in Singapore.

Between 2007 and 2008, he continued his film education at The Puttnam School of Film at LASALLE College of the Arts, where he graduated with the valedictorian honour, the McNally Award for Excellence in the Arts. His thesis film, TANJONG RHU (2009), is featured at the Panorama section of the 59th Berlin Film Festival.

He is currently working on his full-length feature debut with Zhao Wei Films, a production company helmed by acclaimed Singaporean director-producer Eric Khoo. The film project – SANDCASTLE – was selected at the Pusan Promotion Plan in 2008 and is slated for production in mid-2009.

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